Posts Tagged ‘change’

Pinboard bookmarks for October 30th

Pinboard links for October 30th, syndicated automagically: Moving the Economy: The Future of the Maker Movement – Forbes – I’m motivated and moved by the idea, the belief – that the people who invent and build and make things have the power to change the world. People who “remix” something or hack a better way. […]

Real action and an agenda for change

While this is an interesting perspective of Barack Obama’s inauguration speech (wordle courtesy of Emily Chang) and it was impressive, the real action is here: great agenda for change, heck doing the thing at all.

… but it was worth it

Congratulations and good luck …

Publishing in a Web 2.0 World

Updating my last (german language) post on media industry let me add this podcast (mp3) with Tim O’Reilly, from the 2007 O’Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing Conference, where: [he] turns his attention to how Web 2.0 trends are creating new challenges for the publishing industry

Here comes everybody

by Clay Shirky is an “examination of how the wildfire-like spread of new forms of social interaction enabled by technology is changing the way humans form groups and exist within them, with profound long-term economic and social effects-for good and for ill” It’s about how the tools of the web enable people to organize without […]

IT Value Stack and Leadership

I recently finished “The IT Value Stack – A Boardroom Guide to IT Leadership” which Ade McCormack‘s agent sent me (disclosure: I agreed to read and write a review in exchange – no other promises made). Anyway, McCormack and Auridian are better at promoting the ideas and concepts, like e.g. in this video: Overall I […]

Podcasts on disruptive innovation, IT as differentiator, communities and more

Some english podcasts of note, collected in the last few weeks, for all of you that got a little time on their hands … For a start, Alex Osterwalder has published two more Arvetica podcasts of note (mp3), here he’s talking with Scott Anthony of Innosight, and here he’s talking with John Hagel. How cool […]